After the striking Samsung Galaxy S3 was released, additional hit is expected for the newest product introduced by the company just soon after it – the Samsung Galaxy Fame. The remarkable announcement of the existence of this series was formally unveiled in advance prior to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 Convention.
Samsung manufacturers’ intellect in innovating devices will not surprise consumers anymore – when it comes to technology enhancements. Teenagers will be amazed with its stunning design with the Candy bar touch on it. It will also be very attractive to youngsters in their early 20’s. These energetic groups will definitely have fun in owning it. They can choose from two colors of pearl white or metallic blue. The spokesperson of Samsung described it as stylish but sophisticated. It may be simple but powerful. One thing that made it so – is its NFC component which is an easy sharing feature via S Beam with other Samsung smartphones.
Galaxy Fame Specs & Features
Following the path of all Samsung collections, Samsung Galaxy Fame offers the main entry-level components with low key measuring 3.5 inches HVGA TFT capacitive touch screen. The operating system of this handset is powered by Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which comes with a safely fitted hardware.Its technical network specifications include 2G GSM 850, 1800, 1900 MHz and 3G HSPA/UMTS 900, 2100 MHz.
The handset’s VGA camera is fast and easy to use since it has 5-megapixel resolution protected with a hard covering on the back which is 11.6 mm thick but weighing 120.6 grams only – quite light and handy for a handset. The physical feature is quite similar to Apple’s iPhone 4S but the design was originally based from its popular predecessor, the Samsung S3. It has 16M Colors at 480 by 320 pixels that is a quality spec for the resolution.
Although Fame is the first step for this version, it is already enhanced feature-wise since it is already running on the company’s pride, the Samsung TouchWiz UI with 4.0 Bluetooth and an efficient Wi-Fi connectivity aside from the NFC technology.